Would you risk yourself to go crazy over someone who has rejected you already?

Just a random thought. Most of you guys have already experienced the feeling of being rejected by someone you loved so dearly, or something which was a product of a misunderstanding yet never gave you the chance to explain yourself. That hurts, though, but we just have to face cold-hard facts that it should end right there.

But, you can’t help thinking sometimes. What if, after years of keeping a distance, if one day you meet each other again, would that person change his or her attitude towards you? Or if he or she gave you the chance to explain everything, and explain that you only want to have peace with him or her, nothing else.

But if he or she is so stubborn, and you may have inflicted a wound too deep enough and it would be really hard to heal by itself, maybe you really should leave it alone. Maybe that person should never be given another chance to get into your space.

To forgive is to forget. We can forget but cannot forgive, or forgive, but cannot forget. Any of the two, we should leave that chapter alone and continue our journey, wherever they take us.

A new kid on the block

Okay, let’s get this rolling.

This is going to be the first time I will be running a serious blog after failed attempts over the years. And I’m too hesitant because I tend to be forgetful of things, I can’t get my priorities straight, I have a journal to write on, I have messy thoughts (thus making it difficult to put my thoughts into writing), and I don’t know what people would react to my posts. Also I’m more confident to say my thoughts orally, to anyone who cares enough to listen.

But I started it, so I have to prove it. Because this is going to be a good practice before I get into my chosen profession in the future. And people (more specifically my mom and my professor) are now telling me to write my ideas so everyone could read about them.

So, maybe, that’s already enough for me to start. So , for now, goodbye.